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Written by Kim Tenure, Associate Director of I/DD Policy The United States Constitution requires the government to conduct the U.S. Census every ten years. While some people may see the Census as a minor inconvenience, it is vital for states and communities across the country to count everyone, and we want all Coloradans to be counted!…

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A campaign to ensure access to quality services and enhance I/DD system capacity Developmental Pathways is working with a coalition of parents, service providers, case management agencies, community centered boards, and self-advocates to END THE WAIT in 2020.   This important campaign is spearheaded by our colleagues at Alliance Colorado and seeks to: Systematically clear…

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February 13: Understanding Sensory to Understand My Child Webinar This webinar will explore how the body and brain process sensory information from our environment, how that processing can be disrupted, the impact that has on daily life, and how you can use sensory strategies to help facilitate success in your child. Click here to register.…

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January 27 – Be Bold, Be Heard – Participate in a Focus Group Sign up to participate in a focus group to provide the county with information to inform their short & long-term planning around respite, inclusive programming, safety net services, etc. and provide recommendations to improve opportunities for populations who are aging with a…

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December 21 – Shandy Clinic: Sensory Friendly Santa On Saturday, December 21 from 9:30-11:30 AM there will be a FREE event for families to have the opportunity to take pictures with Santa in a sensory-friendly environment at the Shandy Clinic in Aurora (3131 S. Vaughn Way, Suite 110, Aurora, CO 80014). Click here to register.…

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Thanksgiving Food Baskets This November, the Community Outreach team once again collaborated with local community partners to collect donated pantry items and gift cards to fill nearly 130 Thanksgiving food baskets for Developmental Pathways’ families in need. The baskets are filled with traditional Thanksgiving feast items such as a turkey or a gift card for…

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New Company: Joshin Joshin is a new company that created an app to find respite care for people with special needs. It’s live in the Twin Cities and they’ve already set it up that waivers can pay for the app. Denver is on the list of upcoming cities. To learn more visit the website. Ride…

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Happy Halloween to All! Last Thursday, October 24, was our annual Halloween event, which is a much-beloved event for staff and people in service with us. This year we had over 400 guests in attendance. The event is a wonderful way to celebrate as a group, have a lot of laughs, and blow off some…

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